Pete, 09 Sep 2009Whats the point this is just an N97 with a change of os!lol read the specs again they changed alot from the n97
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970i think i remember them saying its 599 in euros but i may be wrong lol you could try searching for it on google or nokia.com
Should I wait for N900 or buy N97 instead? I've been using S60 phones since 2004 and SE UIQ since 2002. Is Maemo much better then S60? I checked out N810 last year and wasn't impressed by it...
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970you can already pre order the american version on nokia.com for $649.99 and it should come out sometime in october
It only supports portrait view for phone functions, every thing else is landscape
I´m not going to say anything! Just watch:
It is official
nokia today says qt 4.6 bring multitouch and gesture to maemo6 and symbain ^4
So guys, I saw vid with one of the staff of Nokia. So he said, that portrait mode can be used, if there will be created any app's that uses it, it's open for this. And maybe in future, they will get us all portrait mode in meniu and everywhere. Now as i saw it's active for photo viewing and some other stuff. But it's not able for meniu. And one more time: Developers can create apps that runs in portrait mode. And all stuff in OVI should be free!!!
Hope, I helped a little.
Tanz, 09 Sep 2009Finaly Nokia has come to senses. But why too late? There's already out Samsung i8910 Omnia HD ... more32GB and 480p isn't N900's main strengths. Maemo 5 and 1GB application memory are...
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970iPhone?
good phone indeed but I got bored with it, 2G! 3G! 3GS!, same stuff, few add ons.. I'm moving on to N900
Nokia is launching the Comes With Music in January.. unlimited download right to my fingertips
yes I'm going to miss it but I will be busy downloading stuff from Ovi Store, so it would cover this matter a bit
OK, so the n900 is able to have Google chat and Skype but my question is... does the n900 also support MSN Live Messenger?
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Nokia USA site Unlocked! $649, pricey but worthed, I'm switching to TMobile as well from AT&T.. It's about time! :)
Anonymous, 09 Sep 2009resesitive = touch with force
capacitive = touch without forceYeah, you really need to apply much force for resistive...
Resistive = touch with stylus, nail or anything else, handwriting recognition, more precise...
Capactive = none of the above
yah, i think its better to buy a phone for calls n txt then buy a netbook its a better choice lol cuz netbook alot morethings than a phone and its also handy lol